The process took 2 days - interviewed at Albemarle in November 2011.
Interview Details – Initial meeting at Career fair on Campus. Followed up with interview with Engineer with the company and straight into an interview with a HR rep. HR rep was all behavioural questions. Then second round was 2 more interviews with senior engineers. Great interview, relaxed, discussed how I wanted my career to evolve, answered all my questions. Albemarle are a great group of people, made sure the job I wanted, in the location I wanted was the issue.
Interview Question – What aspect of Mechanical Engineering do you find the most interesting? Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Had a better job offer in an industry I was more interesed in. But Albemarle are a great company.
Interviewed at Albemarle
Interview Details – I applied through my school and two weeks later got picked for an interview. The interview was at my school and consisted of a 30 minute behavioral interview with a HR representative followed by a 30 minute technical interview with one of their engineers. The technical interview seemed to be more geared towards learning more about how I would fit with the company than my technical skills/experience.
Interview Question – For the technical interview I was asked what is the difference between a globe valve and a ball valve. Answer Question
Pros: The work environment is very easy going, meaning that there is not much back-stabbing or position fighting. The pay is decent minus not having a bonus structure. – Full Review
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